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This week on DineSafe: Utopia Cafe, The Homeway, The Dizzy, Ryus Noodle Bar, Chinese Bakery, La Prep

For the third consecutive week, there was a red card handed out on DineSafe. Chinese Bakery on Dundas West is the second bakery in two weeks to be shut down for pest infestation and food contamination.

See the rest of this week's worst offenders on DineSafe.

The Homeway (955 Mount Pleasant Rd.)
Inspected on: November 17, 2014
Inspection finding: Yellow (Conditional)
Number of infractions: 3 (Minor: 1, Significant: 2)
Crucial infractions include: N/A

The Dizzy (305 Roncesvalles Ave.)
Inspected on: November 17, 2014
Inspection finding: Yellow (Conditional)
Number of infractions: 3 (Minor: 1, Significant: 2)
Crucial infractions include: N/A

Chinese Bakery (433 Dundas St. West)
Inspected on: November 17, 2014
Inspection finding: Red (Closed)
Number of infractions: 7 (Minor: 4, Significant: 1, Crucial: 2)
Crucial infractions include: Operator fail to provide adequate pest control. Operator fail to ensure food is not contaminated/adulterated.

Utopia Cafe (586 College St.)
Inspected on: November 18, 2014
Inspection finding: Yellow (Conditional)
Number of infractions: 4 (Minor: 1, Significant: 3)
Crucial infractions include: N/A

Ryus Noodle Bar (33 Baldwin St.)
Inspected on: November 19, 2014
Inspection finding: Yellow (Conditional)
Number of infractions:1 (Significant: 1)
Crucial infractions include: N/A

La Prep (125 Queens Quay E.)
Inspected on: November 19, 2014
Inspection finding: Yellow (Conditional)
Number of infractions: 6 (Minor: 2, Significant: 4)
Crucial infractions include: N/A


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